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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 16, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta long distance is half a buck on Sunday! in ANY PI ACT IN Al HI U1A IS - THI LETHBRIDGI HERALD ~ Saturday, May H, 1970 No China-Russia Thrust gams t V. Troops LONDON (AP) - Soviet authorities privately are ruling out any possibility of active military co-operation with China against the Americans in Indochina, some Asian and European diplomats reported today. Informal Chinese efforts have been suggesting a reconciliation with the Russians to meet the challenge of President Nixon's intervention in Cambodia. These diplomats said they have been told by senior Soviet colleagues any renewed Russian-Chinese co-operation would require a Chinese initiative. None has been sighted, and Moscow has no proposals to offer. The Soviet Union's policy, according to the informants, was summarized thus: -The Kremlin is ready to provide all military aid for North Vietnam, and other left-wing Indochinesc forces, short of manpower. -The Kremlin is resolved to avoid any direct confrontation with the Americans in, or over, Indochina. This ties in with a Western belief that Moscow would not mind watching the Chinese and Americans slugging it out in the region. Nobody Wants To Ride In Mayor's Cadillac CALGARY (CP) - Nobody wants to ride in the mayor's Cadillac. "It is large and ostentatious and useful only as a chariot to take old ladies to cocktail par- Hospitai Bill COALDALE (HNS) - Leth-bridge Municipal Hospital administrator recently informed town council the town will be j requisitioned $2,132. ties," Mayor Rod Sykes told the city finance committee Thursday. "I don't ride in it. The premier of this province has declined to ride in it. The minister of health has declined to ride in it. "Apparently it was bought for the mayor because of the rarefied status he occupies. But I have no use for it, "It's part of a phoney social status deal that I don't think the taxpayers need. "It seems exactly the kind of car a chief of police should have." PoUce Chief M. J. (Duke) Kent told the committee he wants no part of it but finally accepted a compromise that it be traded in for an additional police cruiser. SPACE PLENTIFUL - Spaciousness is the byword in the new $500,000 Beaver Lumber store and warehouse which opened this week at 1707-3rd Avenue South in Lethbridge. The entire area (shown Is the store area) covers 13,000 square feet with 12,000 square feet for customer parking. Don Pickett is manager of the local establishment and Bud Burgess assistant manager. MPs Ponder Pay Raise Problem Royal Trust Guaranteed Investment Receipts arc something like bank term deposits. But more so, Because they pay more. On a 5-ycar minimum deposit of $500 you get a guaranteed 9%,paid semi- annually-even if the market plunges and peaks a dozen times during the term of your deposit. If you like the idea of getting some real mileage out of your money, Assets under administration, over $10 billion, talk to your local Royal Trust office. c*.. t) Callfornir fort 10 Mexican timber traa. tl Broadway brllllanti. ttThe "blue" . river In Romania $4 Letter*. M Golden eaK and others. M- piano. 40Mottel and Adler, 41 - chord. * Muiical form.    45 By -. 47 "La Forxa Deitlno." 48Challaplrv for one. 60 Severity. 61 Musical Instrument 64 Breadfruit 67- long* 68 Musical group. 60 "Frelshutz* composer, von - 02 "When t was - 64 Dance. 65 Papal name* 66 Group of dances. 67 Of an old Jewish order. 69 A short 5-0. 71 Ordinal suffixes. 73 Bubble. 75 Starts. 77 Mustcolog. ' 1st Guldo - 78 Desert, 80 Payment: * abbr. 82 Horn: Fr. 83 A Mae* 84 Ernst Krenek opera. 88 Dismay. 91 - Toscantnt 92 Piece of small value. 03 Oily fluid. 97 Open air 122 tow In pitch: Fr. 124 Ampersand. 126"- Fleeter, mailt.** 127 Brain passage*. 128 Half of a Samoan port. 129 Legal paper* music stand. 132 Piano 98 Indue J v�. repairman. 100 Shoshone Indians. 102 "Doll's House" character* 103 Fall guys. 105 Short tale. 107 Old pro* 109 Vase. 110 Chemical suffix. 111 Woodwind. 113Vladlmlr I. Ulianov. 114 Restaurant item. 115 Algonqulan. 116 Horn: comb, form. 118 "Lucia* feature* 120 Befall. 135 Bartok opui. 137 Killer whale. 140- green. 142 Europear sharks. 144 Get out 146 Navy man. 147 Verdi work. 149 Russian composer* 152 Indian great 153 Rigid. 154 Doge's medal. 155 Polynesian images. 156 Tallow: comb. form. 157 Soothes. 158 Skinned. 159 A famous Helen. DOWN .1 Priett of King David 2"L'EHslr d'- tt 9 "Italian Symphony" composer. 4 �- o' My Heart." 6 Opera feature. 6 Hollowed. 7 Handel's "Messiah". 8 Solo of a kind. 9 Container for coal. 10 Norte war god. 11 Drum. 12 Rocket. 13 - glass 14 Unit of length, for one, 16 Began. 17Talk-fest 18 movement .. 19 Feminine name. 20 Spheres. 26 Newspaper notice. 28 Hovel. 32 Self. 35 Help! 37 Winter phenomena. 39 American editor. 42 Inebriates. 44 - rehearsal 46 Tetter of tales. 48 Bundler. 49 Rugged crest. 50 of Spring." (Stravinsky). 51 Focus. 52 Prayers. 53 Seaman. 55 Alms. -. 56 Mimics. 69 Act up. 61 Erolca's creator. 63 Nursery Item. 67 A protean. 68- with. 70 A famous Tom. 72 Calyx leaves. 74 Bermuda arrowroot- Compulsive Talker Wins Court Suit LONDON (Reuters) - A young woman who turned into a compulsive talker after an automobile accident was awarded nearly �3,000 ($7,800) In damages by the High Court. Trudie Mundcll, 23, told the court that after the accident two years ago she found it difficult not to "butt in" on other people's conversations. Mr. Justice Sir Arthur James said that her head injury makes her easily emotionally excited and this shows itself in her compulsive need to chatter. Her husband said: "The only time she ever shut up was when she was eating." they would get the same raise automatically? Another suggestion Is that MPs' salaries be hooked to some productivity index. If the country was doing well economically, the cost of living was steady and unemployment low, MPs would get an increase. That is, MPs would be provided with an incentive to see that legislation was beneficial to the economy. If not, they would take a pay cut. Still another suggestion is that pay increases be the same as increases in pensions granted by Parliament to the old and to war veterans. MPs' pensions were recently boosted in legislation which also increased the pensions of retired civil servants. There are probably 50 other economic indicators which might be used. And there is that old Canadian standby as well: appoint a new committee every year or two to make recommendations to the government. In the final analysis, there does not appear to be any way around the problem of MPs voting themselves increases, All money spent by Ottawa must be approved by Parliament and thus MPs themselves will decide whether they will get a pay increase, how much it will be and when it will become effective. ART DIETRICH DENTURE CLINIC Certified Dental Mechanic Metropolitan Bldg. 328-4095 76 Machinist maneuver. 79 St. Paul's benefactor. 81 Monumental: obs. S5 Roped. 86 Pot holder. 87 Peer Gynt author. 88 Meat jelly. 89 To appear: comb. form. 90"- Wolf." 94 Composer of "Boris God u no v.* 95 Tapestry. 96 Knightly equipment 99 George - 101 Eternal. 104 Compass point: abbr. 106 Noun suffixes. 105 Saxhorn. 112 Departure. 114 Private concert. 117 Pyreness republic. 119 Wagner, Humper-dinck et at. 121 Final blow. 123 Since. 126 Swallow. 127 Anger. 128 Crest. 1?9 Alx-les-� 139 1 0 Bay. 141 1-1 Race in 143 engine. 133 Scandlne.- 145 vlan. 148 134 Foils. 136 Musical 150 chord. 138 Addict: si. 151 Chasm. Classify. Musical notation. lo or Luna fop Two." Civil War initials. By way of. Gems of Truth: PRESENTED WEEKLY BY VAN PELT CUSTOM INTERIORS LTD. LETHBRIDGE Faint not amid the trials of life, Nor falter in the fight. But grow beneath God's chastening, Strong In the Savior's might. LARRY and BERNICE COLLIN FURNITURE AUCTION SALE Tuesday, May 19 - 7:30 p.m. Diagramless 19 x 19,1>y George W. Frank ACROSS 1 Steadfast 26 Proceed, fi Baseball pitchers. % Cushions. 11 Construction scientist. ELKS HALL 27 Bivalve mollusk. 31 Small deer 32 Sheltered inlet 15 Distinct part 33 Capital of 16 By birth. 17 Mirth. 1ft Lone -State. 19 Dancer Sally 20- of Troy 22 Derby. 23 Graceful *aterfow!i. Italy. 31 Broad smile* 35 Recent. 36 Playing cards. 37 Animal. 38 Little French general. 43 Supply food. 44 Desert dweller. 45 Citrous fruit. 46 Verify. 47 Adhesive ribbon. 48 Feline mammals. 49 Damage. 50 Eskimo's vehicle. 51 Singrr Lily -. 52 Location, 55 Natural mineral. 56 Evergreen tree. 59 Yugoslavia leader. 61 Minute opening. 62 Algerian seaport. 63 Poultry product. 66 Paradise. 67 Where 38-A. met defeat. 60 Stitches. 70 Remarkable. 71 Runs around. "DOWN 1 At that time. 2 Alphabetic character. 3 Impel. 4 Inventor - Whitney. 6 Print on metal. 7 Tell. & Observed. 9 Shove along. 10 Poker stake. 11 Telephono disks. 12 Scatter. 14 Crimson. 21 Recite a story. �2 Mud hut. 24 Traffic sound. 25 Mailed. 26 Dynamo, for one. 27 Grouchy. 28 Crazy, 29 Kind of corner. 30 Flat-topped hill. 32 Capricious action. 34 Microbes. 35 Situated on the side. 37 Fish lures. 38 Nautical. 39 Devours. 40 Type of examination. 41 Back of the neck. 42 Jet, e.g. 43 Vacation site. 43 Small crown. 51 Edible tuber. 63 Loose garments, 54 Wear away 57 Ship's company. 58 Chickens. 59 Pull a car. 60 Persia. 63 Where 38A was exiled. 64 Metal in Fort Knox. 65 Departs. 68 Dish cloth. CRYPTOGRAMS 3. DONG-DING IS IFY NFING# KDENGPOAX SOUP HEXOXEFFT HEUG PAY IS YET. By Norton Rhodes 2.AKEC IKTJA TQJC JQBA, HCSVZQP IKTJA HZP'Y WARNER, ALBERTA FURNITURE 21" Marie V Philco TV; 3*piece chrome kitchen suitoj 3-beds, springs, mattress; large dresser and matching chest drawer; 2 chests drawers; small dresser; bedside 1able; Philco record player; RCA Victor combination radio and record player; 9x15 nylon rug and underlay; office desk; swivel typewriter chair; 2-swivel bar stools; 2-chrome chairs; wood arm chair; stocking stools lawn chairs and folding table; stove end fables; set TV tables; record stand; clothes hamper; gun cabinet; 2-enamel sinks; punch bowl and accessories; dishes and glassware; kitchen equipment; rug Shampoo Master; pressure pump unit; barbeque and tools; carpenter tools. ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES Power table saw; Westinghouse with juice attach.; Ice crusher, salad cleaner; G-E floor polisher; 3 brush chairs; 2-stacking occasional rocker; canopy and pipes; steel utility table; SOLUTIONS OK LAST WEEK'S PUZZLES eon D BHD CI Mixmasler, complete maker; G-E vacuum floor polisher; Mar-fans; electric heater; West lamps, various kinds; Yx h.p. AYZPB 'CE. BKP'V GPBCSVZIC VK GPBCSAYZPB C E By Mrs. I/. Morgan 3. ABCDEEAFGH IDJKALM ? ABCLEEAFGIT TAJKALMl By Archibald V. McLecs Last Week's Cryptograms 3. Today's restless youth should study history; the attitudes they embrace came into being eons ago. 2. Our p*sky boss occasionally Interrupts fine coffee breaks. C Field Enterprises, Iuc> 1970 velair air conditioner; 2 air Bend electric grill; vaporizer; motor. SPECIAL New IV curling fable with 10' playing surface, 16 rocks and score board. CCM boy's bike - 3 speed, equipped with everything Including saddle bags. AUCTIONEER'S NOTE: Having sold our business in Warner and moving to the west coast the above listed items will be sold at public auction Tuesday, May 19 in the evening at 7:30 p.m. They will be on view from 12:00 noon Tuesday till sale time at the Elks Hall, Warner. This is a special invitation to all friends, associates and interested parties to come view and participate in the Larry and Bernice auction sale. Phone 328-4705 HURLBURT AUCTION SERVICE LTD. - 1920 2nd Ave. AUCTIONEERS TED NEWBY KEITH ERDMANN Licence No. 41 Licence No. 458 Lethbridge long distance is half a buck on Sunday! TO ANY PLACE IN ALBERTA long distance is half a buck on Sunday! 10 ANY PLACE IN AlBf R1A long distance is half a buck otv Sunday! TO ANY PLACE IN ALBERTA A 1 V* 3 R It's the talk of the Province! On Sundays you can call long distance ANYWHERE IN ALBERTA and talk for three minutes for a maximum of fifty cents, SUNDAY 50*-saves you time as well as money because this rate ap- DDD calls. plies Just to dial direct to anyone in the province, then start talking. It's a nice way to keep in touch. You can do a lot of long-distance talking for just half a buck anytime between Saturday midnight to 6 a.m. Monday. Rates do not apply to persorvto-person, coJ/ect, third party billing, time and charge, coin phone, or credit card calls* It you happen to live In en area w/thout DDD service, SUNDAY 50 rates apply to station - to  station cails placed with the Operator. long distance is half a buck on Sunday! TO ANY PLACE IN ALBLKIA long distance is half a buck on Sunday! TO ANY PLACE IN ALBERTA long distance is half a buck on Sunday! TO ANY PLACE IN ALBERTA ;